Creating and maintaining efficiencies is something many small business owners struggle with, whether it’s due to a small team or a lack of resources, or both. Especially when dealing with a diverse client base, it’s imperative to put systems in place that allow you manage those relationships and your operations in a cost- and time-effective way.
Running a fitness studio takes a ton of time and work - but you already know that… which means you may also know that most studios struggle to find the time to market themselves effectively. But here’s a solution, and it includes 3 killer tools: Facebook advertising, landing pages, and email.
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So you want to be the boss? If you’ve always wanted to call the shots, then buying a small business may be right for you. Before you take the plunge, follow these 10 steps to make sure your dream business is not a nightmare.
While your staff may be well trained at the day-to-day—a motivational teacher, friendly front desk greeter, or ship-shape manager—they may not be knowledgeable or excited about upselling. This fruitful revenue channel is one area that many businesses tend overlook.
We’re not talking sleazy used car salesman upsell. We’re talking well-informed, good for the customer, good for the business upsell.